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Littleton Office Counselors

christian counseling marriage therapy littletonSteve Marks, MA, NCC
Licensed Professional Counselor

Couples: Marriage Counseling, Relationship Recovery from Infidelity/Sexual Addiction, Communication, Boundaries, Relationship Skills 
Men
: Sexual Addiction, Men’s Sex Addiction Group, Anger Management
Trauma: Certified Clinical Trauma Professional – Bilateral Processing & Desensitization, Brain Spotting, Trauma Resolution

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I enjoy helping couples cultivate healthy and intimate relationships and to heal from the trauma that often comes from sexual addiction and infidelity. I teach couples the how to begin living in deeper intimacy and healthier ways to work through conflict.  My clients will learn the meaning of healthy boundaries and to understand  the deeper issues and desires in a healthy relationship. I design counseling session to suit the needs of each unique client and I always work to create a therapeutic environment that is safe, healing, and honest.

My training and experience is in working with spouse’s/partner’s of sex addicts.  I help the spouse to work through the trauma of being betrayed and grieving the loss of what she thought she had in the relationship. My sessions assist my client to communicate her hurt, pain, and deep sadness. Also to establish healthy boundaries with the addicted partner and to develop her own voice, self-care, and a healthy network of support outside the addict.  My goal is for the spouse of the addict to move forward in her life and to realize her own value and worth with or without the addict being in her life.

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor with a Master’s Degree from Denver Seminary and a Business Degree from the University of Denver. I have received training through PREP (Prevention and Relationship Enhancement Program), Prepare/Enrich and many other trainings in workshops and conferences.   Personally, I have been happily married over 28 years and I have three adult children.

Christine Denlinger, MA, NCC
Licensed Professional Counselor

Areas of Focus
Marriage Counseling, Spouse of Sex Addict, Depression, Anxiety, Trauma, and Bilingual Spanish-Speaking

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My goal as your counselor is for you is to find reconciliation and redemption, with others and with God.  I work hard to create an environment that provides a place where you can fully express your emotions, thoughts, and struggles.  I desire for our time together to create a clearer understanding of God’s direction, mercy, grace and purpose in your life.

I am passionate about helping couples growth in their relationship and to restore their original love for one another. She believes that all people can gain insight and learn skills that will help them live a balanced and fulfilled life. I specialize in counseling both individuals and couples that are experiencing depression, anxiety, addictions, conflict, infidelity, past trauma, or faith issues.

I completed my undergraduate work in behavioral science and psychology and I obtained a masters degree in counseling from Denver Seminary. I am also a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Colorado. I am also fluent in Spanish.

christian depression counselor littletonKim Jones, MA
Licensed Professional Counselor

Areas of Focus
Depression Counseling, Life Coaching, Marriage Counseling, Parenting, Anxiety, Teens, Family, Life Transition, EMDR for Trauma

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My goal is to help my client feel safe to explore the issues in his or her life that blocks him or her from living a full and thriving life. I desire to empower my client to work toward positive change, both personally and in relationship with others. In my session, I will at times push and challenge my clients to think deeper about their own thought processes and behaviors, so that they are able to achieve lasting, positive change.

I approach counseling sessions from a whole-person perspective: looking at the client’s past and present to determine how it is affecting their emotional, physical, social, and spiritual areas in their lives.  I teach healthy boundaries and help clients to improve in their communication and conflict resolution skills.  My counseling focus varies from client to client, and I strive to modify my approach to each individual who I am working with.

I have a certificate in Life Coach Training and I will use my training in my sessions.  I am also trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing) to help clients work though and resolve past trauma.  I have a Masters degree in Counseling Psychology and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor. I facilitate a Women’s Depression support group on Tuesday evenings in the Littleton office.

Rachael Fuller, MA
Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate

Areas of Focus
Children (10+) Adolescents/Teens, Young Adult, Anxiety & Stress Management, Adult Women, Depression and Self-Harm, Trauma, Grief and Loss, Spiritual Growth and Formation, Transitions and Adjustment Difficulty (Missionary Kids/Third Culture Kids), Relational/Interpersonal Conflict.

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It takes courage to come willing to share what is going on and what makes life so painful. You will find that talking in a safe and confidential space allows for relief and rest and is often times the first step towards peace. It is also my desire to come alongside and provide you with some perspective, insightful tools and helpful frameworks for what is right and good in life. My hope is for you to engage in our time together feeling more empowered to make the changes in your life that create lasting health both for yourself and in your relationships. Therapy can sometimes feel like it hurts more than it helps when addressing the hurts, challenging the blind spots that can keep you stuck. Yet, pushing through the tough stuff together is where the most significant and lasting changes occur and it is always worth it. If you are willing, I look forward to that journey with you!

I have received my Master of Arts in Counseling from Columbia International University and a undergraduate degree from the University of Northern Colorado in Education. Previous to counseling I have worked in schools with children and adolescents. My expertise are in the areas of relational work and emotional health. I work with clients looking at issues with a wholistic and systems oriented perspective. It is most helpful to address the presenting problems at a multi-dimensional level, understanding that it is often only the tip of the iceberg. This makes addressing the core issue a priority in therapy. I also believe it is critical to offer tools, insights, and encouragement so that you walk away empowered to be a more healthy and resilient person. I believe lasting changes towards health and healing are possible in a therapeutic alliance that is safe and accepting, while nudging you to consider your blind spots and unhealthy patterns.

Ultimately, I believe the deepest source of health and healing are found in a surrendered relationship with God and following His purpose for your life. While this has shaped by beliefs and perspective, I hold respect for your beliefs, as they may be different and you are entitled to them. I have grown up in Latin America and maintain awareness of an ever increasing multi-cultural world. I enjoy involving the creative arts in sessions to allow for both processing and self-expression and have found it to be productive in sessions.

I enjoy traveling of any method, playing guitar, going to Rockies games, and spending time with family and friends. I am married to my wonderful husband and have a Corgi puppy. 

 

Areas of interest:

 

  • Children (10+)
  • Adolescent/Teens
  • Young Adults
  • Adults (Women)
  • Anxiety and Stress Management
  • Depression and Self-Harm
  • Trauma
  • Grief and Loss
  • Spiritual growth and formation
  • Transitions and adjustment difficulty (missionary kids/third culture kids)
  • Relational/Interpersonal Conflict